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Find the TH!

Find the TH!

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Object Title: Find the TH!

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Page By: Bezoar Goat

Created/Edited: Nov 28, 2011 / Nov 28, 2011

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Getting there...

Camino de las Remedios
keep turning left

Always turn left

Go AROUND the NE Ridge. We started too low & ascended the south aspect.
pass the old tank
Continue on the Jeep Road past the old tank
up the drainage
at about mile 2 on the Jeep Road, directly facing the triangle buttress on the NE Ridge, start up a drainage
 TH  sign
there's a washed out BLM sign indicating that you can't take motorcycles up this mountain...
Tour Guide
follow the tour guides up the lower drainage
Upper drainage
continue up the obvious route in the center of the channel

Now that you've found the right trail...

Upper drainage
be watching for the trail to leave the right bank of the gully and up the north terrace, then continue around the head of the channel toward the ridge
Route finding
there are a lot of cairns and trail tape, but it can still get away from you if you're not careful
NE Ridge
once up there, continue on the spine to the south and gain the summit ridge to the base of the outcropping
the base
there's a nice trail along the base that was comforting to find

NE Ridge

3rd class
3rd class
Obligatory summit photo
[img:762822:aligncenter:medium:3rd class][img:762823:aligncenter:medium:Obligatory summit photo]




Camino de las Remedios

Camino de las Remedios


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Bezoar Goatthis trail

Bezoar Goat

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This was a magnificent climb of a peak I've been driving past for years. We showed up without a current map and a dead gps, with a vague idea that there was a ridge from the east that needed following. It was refreshing to go out and spend a day route finding on trails that haven't yet been gentrified. At the same time, the cairns were welcome landmarks, and it seemed everytime we were about to take a bearing & strike out on our own we would find another marker & a faint path through the brush.

The "Jeep Road" allows access without any gates or corrals, and apparently it crosses over to the west foothills & spits you out somewhere near the City of Rocks. That would be a fun day on a MTB or something...

There are additional route comments attached when you click on each photo. Any comments to these photos are most welcome.
Posted Nov 28, 2011 6:25 pm

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